28 Spiritual Spells from Shaman's Way

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28 Spiritual Spells from Shaman's Way

Included in this list of 28 Spiritual Spells
  1. Protection Stone
  2. Calm Your Spirit
  3. Blessing a Newborn
  4. To Clean the Home
  5. To Summon the Spirits
  6. Native Prayer
  7. To Shorten a Night-Goer On This Side
  8. Women's Prayer
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#1 - Protection Stone

A stone that contains protection energy.
You may need:

  • Normal dark stone
  • Salt
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    You may need:

  • Normal dark stone
  • Salt
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    Take the stone you acquired and keep it on your person.

    Lace a circle of salt, outside, big enough to sit in. When you sit down keep the stone in your hand. Close your eyes and draw energy from the Earth. Visualize rings of energy swirling around the Saturn stone you hold, building and increasing to surround and emanate from you. In the circle you are strong and solid. Let it protect you.

    In the future when you feel the need for protection, hold on to the stone.



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    #2 - Calm Your Spirit

    To calm your spirits.
    You may need:

  • Blue, Jazz, new age or soft music. (Only soft and calm music is allow.)
  • 7 colors of candles
  • 7 types of crystals
  • Purple color pajamas, silk is the best.
  • Rose oil
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    You may need:

  • Blue, Jazz, new age or soft music. (Only soft and calm music is allow.)
  • 7 colors of candles
  • 7 types of crystals
  • Purple color pajamas, silk is the best.
  • Rose oil
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    Sit in your room, calm yourself, on the relaxing music. remember to wear a purple color pajamas, but silk is the best.

    Light up 7 colors candles that surround you.

    Put the 7 crystals around you too.

    Burn the rose oil.

    On only soft light.

    Start to medicate.

    Visualize that you medicate on the sky.

    Chant the following when you feel that you are in the sky:

    Fly, I fly, calm me, my busy and scare spirits
    Forever calm, without hazel
    Just for 1 time
    I beg it
    Just only for 1 time
    Calm me
    Calm my spirits
    SO MAY IT BE, SO MAY IT BE!!!

    Repeat it every time you wish.


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    #3 - Blessing a Newborn

    To bless a new born.
    You may need:

  • A Baby Rattle
  • A piece of Blue Paper
  • Silver Ink Pen
  • Small Box
  • Silver Glitter
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    You may need:

  • A Baby Rattle
  • A piece of Blue Paper
  • Silver Ink Pen
  • Small Box
  • Silver Glitter
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    As the baby sleeps, gently shake the rattle 3 times, place it in the box. Draw a picture of a boat on the paper, place it in the box. Sprinkle the contents of the box with the glitter, saying the following chant:

    Little one, your journey has just begun, but the best is still to come. Live long, live well, let no one break this spell.

    Be sure to keep the box well hidden!



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    #4 - To Clean the Home

    Make this ingredients yourself, tinkle a little bit and use to cleansing.
    You may need:

  • Sea salt
  • Dash cinnamon
  • Lemon glass
  • Dry chillies
  • Dry rice
  • Dry lemon
  • Dry orange
  • Dry strawberries
  • Dry cucumber
  • Dry lime
  • Dry celery
  • Dry basil
  • Dry tomato
  • Dry lotus
  • Dry red rose
  • Dry yellow rose
  • Dry pepper
  • A jar or red color cloth
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    You may need:

  • Sea salt
  • Dash cinnamon
  • Lemon glass
  • Dry chillies
  • Dry rice
  • Dry lemon
  • Dry orange
  • Dry strawberries
  • Dry cucumber
  • Dry lime
  • Dry celery
  • Dry basil
  • Dry tomato
  • Dry lotus
  • Dry red rose
  • Dry yellow rose
  • Dry pepper
  • A jar or red color cloth
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    Mix and smash all the ingredients into powder and place into the jar or cloth. Put them under the north of your house for 10 days.

    The powder is well prepared.

    You can use this powder to clean your house or thing. Just tinkle a little bit onto the things you want to clean. This can make your things fill with good energy.

    Good to banish bad sprits too.


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    #5 - To Summon the Spirits

    By using this spell, you can summon a spirit that can help you when you need it.
    You may need:

  • Bell
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    You may need:

  • Bell
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    Think of the person:
    And chant the following:

    Blood of my blood your sprits of love
    Come from below and above
    Entities loving who wish me well
    Come to this Circe when I sound this bell

    After that ring the bell 3 times. You can repeat this spell every 1 hour. But at least 1 hour.


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    #6 - Native Prayer

    Native American prayer.
    You may need:

  • A Voice
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    You may need:

  • A Voice
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    The prayer goes like this:

    Oh great spirit,
    whose voice I hear in the winds,
    and whose breath gives life to all the world,
    -hear me-
    I come before you, one of your children.
    I am small and meak
    I need your strength and wisdom.
    Let me walk in beauty and make my eyes ever
    behold the red and purple sunset.
    Make my hands respect the things you have made,
    My ears sharp to hear your voice.
    Make me wise so that I may know the things
    you have taught my people,
    The lesson you have hidden in every leaf and rock.
    I seek strength not to be superior to my brothers,
    but to be able to fight my greatest enemy myself.
    Make me ever ready to come to you,
    with clean hands and straight eyes,
    so when life fades as a fading sunset,
    my spirit may come to you without shame.


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    #7 - To Shorten a Night-Goer On This Side

    To kill bad spirits such as elementals.
    You may need:

  • 4 Sharpened Sticks (for each direction)
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    You may need:

  • 4 Sharpened Sticks (for each direction)
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    SÛnNÂ'YÏ EDÂ'HÏ E'SGA ASTÛnTI'YÏ.
    Sgë! Uhyûntsâ'yï galûnlti'tla tsûltâ'histï, Hïsgaya Gigage'ï, usïnu'lï di'tsakûnï' denatlûnhi'sani'ga, Uy-igawa'stï duda'ntï. Nûnnâ'hï tatuna'watï. Usïnu'lï duda'ntâ dani'yûnstanilï'.

    Sgë! Uhyûntlâ'yï galûnlti'tla tsûltâ'histï, Hïsga'ya Të'halu, hinaw?sü'?ki. Ha-usïnu'lï nâ'gwa di'tsakûnï' denatlûnhisani'ga uy-igawa'stï duda'ntï. Nûnnâ'hï tätuna'wätï. Usïnu'lï duda'ntâ dani'galïstanï'.

    Translation.

    Listen! In the Frigid Land above you repose, O Red Man, quickly we two have prepared your arrows for the soul of the Imprecator. He has them lying along the path. Quickly we two will take his soul as we go along.

    Listen! In the Frigid Land above you repose, O Purple Man, * * * *. Ha! Quickly now we two have prepared your arrows for the soul of the Imprecator. He has them lying along the path. Quickly we two will cut his soul in two.

    Explanation.
    This formula, from A`yû'ninïs' book, is for the purpose of driving away a witch from the house of a sick person, and opens up a most interesting chapter of Cherokee beliefs. The witch is supposed to go about chiefly under cover of darkness, and hence is called sûnnâ'yï edâ'hï, ''the night goer.'' This is the term in common use; but there are a number of formulistic expressions to designate a witch, one of which, u'ya igawa'stï, occurs in the body of the formula and may be rendered ''the imprecator,'' i. e., the sayer of evil things or curses. As the counteracting of a deadly spell always results in the death of its author, the formula is stated to be not merely to drive away the wizard, but to kill him, or, according to the formulistic expression, ''to shorten him (his life) on this side.''

    When it becomes known that a man is dangerously sick the witches front far and near gather invisibly about his house after nightfall to worry him and even force their way in to his bedside unless prevented by the presence of a more powerful shaman within the house. They annoy the sick man and thus hasten his death by stamping upon the roof and beating upon the sides of the house; and if they can manage to get inside they raise up the dying sufferer from the bed and let him fall again or even drag him out upon the floor. The object of the witch in doing this is to prolong his term of years by adding to his own life as much as he can take from that of the sick man. Thus it is that a witch who is successful in these practices lives to be very old. Without going into extended details, it may be sufficient to state that the one most dreaded, alike by the friends of the sick man and by the lesser witches, is the Kâ'lana-ayeli'skï or Raven Mocker, so called because he flies through the air at night in a shape of fire, uttering sounds like the harsh croak of a raven.

    The formula here given is short and simple as compared with some others. There is evidently a mistake in regard to the Red Man, who is here placed in the north, instead of in the east, as it should be. The reference to the arrows will be explained further on. Purple, mentioned in the second paragraph, has nearly the same symbolic meaning as blue, viz: Trouble, vexation and defeat; hence the Purple Man is called upon to frustrate the designs of the witch.

    To drive away the witch the shaman first prepares four sharpened sticks, which he drives down into the ground outside the house at each of the four corners, leaving the pointed ends projecting upward and outward. Then, about noontime he gets ready the Tsâl-agayû'nlï or ''Old Tobacco'' (Nicotiana rustica), with which he fills his pipe, repeating this formula during the operation, after which he wraps the pipe thus filled in a black cloth. This sacred tobacco is smoked only for this purpose. He then goes out into the forest, and returns just before dark, about which time the witch may be expected to put in an appearance. Lighting his pipe, he goes slowly around the house, puffing the smoke in the direction of every trail by which the witch might be. able to approach, and probably repeating the same or another formula the while. He then goes into the house and awaits results. When the witch approaches under cover of the darkness, whether in his own proper shape or in the form of some animal, the sharpened stick on that side of the house shoots up into the air and comes down like an arrow upon his head, inflicting such a wound as proves fatal within seven days. This explains the words of the formula, ''We have prepared your arrows for the soul of the Imprecator. He has them lying along the path''. A`yû'ninï said nothing about the use of the sharpened sticks in this connection, mentioning only the tobacco, but the ceremony, as here described, is the one ordinarily used. When wounded the witch utters a groan which is heard by those listening inside the house, even at the distance of half a mile. No one knows certainly who the witch is until a day or two afterward, when some old man or woman, perhaps in a remote settlement, is suddenly seized with a mysterious illness and before seven clays elapse is dead.



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    #8 - Women's Prayer

    This is a simple prayer for women who need the Creator's guidance.
    You may need:

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    Grandmothers, we stand before you, behold us.
    Powers of the East, behold us.
    First quarter Moon, behold us.
    Plant People, who gift us colorful dyes, behold us.
    Rainbow Woman, inspire us,
    as we learn to express outward.
    Pine smudge, purify us, as we begin our journey.

    Daughters, we stand before you, behold us.
    Powers of the South, behold us.
    Full Moon, behold us.
    Plant People who gift us food, behold us.
    Corn Woman, nurture us, as we learn to nurture outward.
    Mullien smudge, protect us, as we continue our journey.

    Granddaughters, we stand before you, behold us.
    Powers of the West, behold us.
    Last Quarter Moon, behold us.
    Plant People, who gift us vision, behold us.
    Crazy Woman, inspire us, as we learn to express inward.
    Mugwort smudge, guide us, as we continue our journey.

    Sisters, we stand before you, behold us.
    Powers of the North, behold us.
    New Moon, ehold us.
    Plant People, who gift us caution, behold us.
    Death Woman, nurture us, as we learn to nuture inward.
    Cedar smudge, consecrate our hearts,
    as we complete our journey.


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    28 Spiritual Spells from Shaman's Way
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